Sky News readers opposed the introduction of a no-fly zone over Ukraine.

The reason for the discussion was the last interview of the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in which he again appealed to the leaders of NATO member countries with a request to close the sky.

According to most commentators, people do not understand what consequences threaten the whole world if the alliance makes such a decision.

“There is a feeling that people do not understand what a nuclear war is. This means that all those who are now calling for the creation of a no-fly zone will be dead within thirty minutes after it begins,” Alexia explained.

“Millions will die if NATO closes the sky,” Socrates added.

“I understand his feelings, but where are the strategic experts who should have already offered him other options for resolving this conflict?” midDeepBlueSea asked.

Many readers called on Volodymyr Zelenskiy to agree to the neutral status of Ukraine.

“Be reasonable! Accept neutrality! You have the strength and means to put an end to this. Sign this damn agreement already!” wrote Tara McManus.

“Whether you like it or not, it is peace talks that should help resolve this crisis,” Sipowitz believes.

“Agree to neutrality for the sake of your people,” Tubby stressed.

“There’s no reason to resist if you can’t resist it. It was not worth counting on Western countries. Think about it, Mr. President,” Brother Omoso concluded.